If you’ve still got your childhood Super Nintendo hooked up and on active duty you’ve probably discovered that while the console is going strong, its original controllers have long since died. But since it’s 2016 and we’ve made so much progress on cutting cords, isn’t it about time for your SNES to go wireless too?
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On May 7, 1946, Masaru Ibuka and Akio Morita founded Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo (Tokyo Telecommunications Laboratory), a company dedicated to reconstructing and elevating post-war Japan’s culture through technological advancement. In 1958 the company changed its name to Sony.
An autonomous, self-driving car in Los Santos? What could go wrong?
There’s now a d120 out there, made by the folks over at The Dice Lab, and while it’d be interesting to see what it could be used for during an RPG session, it certainly looks like a fun gimmick.
The cyberpunk dystopian future of Blade Runner, with its artificial landscapes, might never become a reality. We’re heading into a much weirder version of the future.
Besides Doom, Tetris is one game that gets all kinds of silly ports all the time. Enthusiast Numeric compressed the game into a 10x16 frame and made it work on a very tiny character display.
Great fan project! Kennywdev made a prism of plexiglass and mounted a camera on top for image tracking. Then, he projected some 3D Pokémon scenes that he made in Unity on it.
Not Solid Snake but the classic arcade and mobile game Snake, ported to a... Corsair K70 RGB keyboard by Mythic Maniac.
The Unreal Engine will soon get VR content creation tools, and while it might sound an impractical feature at first, the live demo Epic Games shared looks quite interesting.
Pretty sure nostalgia will hit everyone who grew up in the PS1 era and played Spyro the Dragon. IAmMurloc is working on an Unreal Engine 4 version and the first stage’s already shaping up nicely.
What looks like a Venator-class Star Destroyer replica at first is in fact an incredibly well-made case for a gaming PC.
The Wiimote’s fantastic design makes it useful for a lot of weird projects, like this one by Martin Raynsford.
There’s a reason why the PolyEyes 2.0, an augmented reality project by the Interactive Architecture Lab, looks like a helmet of an alien invader.
Replace the fridge at home with Roy Mueller’s zombie containment unit and you’ll scare off pretty much everyone.
The days of unique Star Trek simulators, based on The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine or Voyager are long over, but a superb model of the USS Enterprise from TNG, made by Jason B in Unreal Engine 4, shows how a Star Trek game like that would look today.
YouTuber Tom Scott won’t have any problems reacting to anything on social media with his emoji keyboard. That’s 14 individual keyboards synced together with over 1,000 keys bound to emojis.
Rock-paper-scissors and chess first, then the entire world. This is how robots will slowly take over everything. Japanese students from the University of Tokyo built a robotic hand that’s impossible to beat in a game of rock-paper-scissors.
The flowery home of Final Fantasy VII’s Aeris, a tiny, fragile island of peace in the middle of the Sector 5 Slums, now has a fan-made Unreal Engine 4 version.